Watson now 4th in world ranking

BY Bruce Young | US PGA Tour | 2014 US Masters | General | 14 Apr 2014

Bubba Watson’s three shot victory at this morning’s Masters at Augusta National has seen the 35 year old move past Jason Day and into 4th position on the revised world ranking.

Day’s share of 20th position this week saw him slip one spot to 5th while John Senden’s second best major championship finish of a tie for 8th has seen him improve a further five spots to 54th.

Adam Scott’s share of 14th this week has him within 0.6 of one point of Tiger Woods, his next event currently scheduled to be the Players Championship beginning on May 8th where he has won previously and where he will again be likely to have the opportunity to claim the coveted number one position.

Steven Bowditch’s impressive 26th place debut effort sees him improve 15 positions to 116th while Oliver Goss’s effort to be the only amateur to make the cut has seen him jump 209 places to 761st.

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